A part of the Zuckerman Museum of Art building, these rotating gallery spaces, including the Don Russell Clayton Gallery named in honor of the donor of the Athos Menaboni Collection, will feature a wide array of temporary exhibitions.
Malinda Jolley Mortin Gallery
The Malinda Jolley Mortin Gallery is used to showcase highlights from the Permanent Collection. It is located in the Zuckerman Museum of Art extension into the Bailey Performance Center's Anna F. Henriquez Atrium.
Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion
A soaring glass atrium, the Ruth V. Zuckerman Pavilion highlights forty years of its namesake's work from 1953 to 1993. Objects in the collection include significant sculptures in stone and bronze, photography, paintings, plaster maquettes, and the artist's personal archives.
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Anna F. Henriquez Atrium
This unique shared space also serves as the entryway to the majestic Audrey Morgan Hall, the primary concert hall of the Bailey Performance Center. Enjoy the artwork in the Atrium during a visit to the Zuckerman, before a concert at the Bailey, or while at the joint complex for both cultural experiences.
Fine Arts Satellite Gallery
Located in the Joe Mack Wilson Building across from the Stillwell Theater, the Zuckerman Museum of Art's Fine Arts Satellite Gallery is ideal for solo exhibitions, or group art exhibits that are moderate or intimate in scale. It regularly features exhibitions and projects from the School of Art and Design's students, faculty and staff. The Fine Arts Satellite Gallery is open Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Leo Delle Lassiter Jolley Collection Research Center
The Zuckerman Museum of Art also contains the Leo Delle Lassiter Jolley Collection Research Center - a state-of-the-art home for the KSU Permanent Collection and Campus Collection. The Center is available for use by Kennesaw State students and faculty, and community scholars with pre-approval from museum staff. Visits to the Center are by appointment only. Contact email@example.com for details.